Solitons and integrable field theories in any dimension
Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute
We present an overview of the Lorentz invariant field theories that can be studied using a generalization, to a space-time of any dimension, of the usual zero curvature condition of 1+1 integrable field theories. That generalization involves flat connections on loop space, and allows the construction of infinite number of conservation laws, and in some cases of exact soliton solutions.
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